CAT 2015 Admit Card

CAT 2015 Admit Card – The admit cards for the Common Admission Test 2015 or more popularly known as CAT 2015 which were scheduled to be made available from the 15th of October 2015 will now be made available from the 25th of October 2015 as per recent developments.

The official notification with regard to the CAT 2015 examination was released on the 26th of July 2015. The said examination is scheduled to be conducted on the 29th of November 2015 the registrations for which commenced on the 6th of August 2015. The official notification comprises of every minute detail with regard to the CAT 2015 examination inclusive of the changes in the test pattern that have been introduced this current year.

The CAT 2015 is a computer based test or more commonly termed CBT that evaluates a student on the basis of his skills in English, Mathematics and Logical Reasoning. It is considered to be one of the most competitive MBA entrance examinations that’s conducted in India and which is taken by over 2 lakh candidates and is conducted via the Indian Institutes of Management for admissions to 21 IIMs and around 100 B-schools across India.

This current year the test will be conducted across 115 centers and will be conducted in a single day in 2 slots, unlike the previous years.

CAT 2015 Eligibility criteria

Those candidates who are interested in applying for this particular test must ensure that they do possess a minimum of 50 % aggregate marks in graduation in any discipline from a recognized institute. Those students who are currently pursuing their final year graduation are also deemed eligible to apply, provided they do submit the graduation final marks to the institutes.

CAT 2015 Paper pattern

The duration of the test will be for 180 minutes. The examination will be consisting of three sections namely:

  • Quantitative Aptitude (QA)
  • Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning (DILR)
  • Verbal and Reading Comprehension (VRC).

The QA and VRC will be comprising of a total of 34 questions each and DILR will be comprising of a total of 32 questions.

The results of the said examination are expected to be declared by the third week of December.

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